QuickTime 7 Pro for Mac OS X
QuickTime 7 Pro for Mac OS X
Your QuickTime 7 Pro registration code only works with QuickTime 7. Be sure you have downloaded and installed QuickTime Player 7 before you enter your QuickTime 7 Pro registration code.
Convert media formats
Convert your QuickTime movies to a variety of formats for viewing on your iPod or mobile phone or sharing with friends and family via email or the web.1 Export to over a dozen different video and audio formats.
Edit with ease
Use the cut, copy and paste capabilities of QuickTime Pro to edit your movies or even add a new sound track. You can even add annotations, rotate your video and more.
Create stunning video
With your iSight or other FireWire camera connected to your Mac, you can create beautiful video with a single click and share it via email.
Build your QuickTime video library
Build a library of movies by saving them from the web to your computer for enjoyment any time.2 View movies shot with your camera phone, digital camera or camcorder. QuickTime 7 Pro supports major video formats including H.264, MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG.
Record your podcast
Plug in a USB microphone and use QuickTime 7 Pro to capture audio that can be shared with the world as a podcast. The one-button recording interface couldn't be simpler or easier to use.
How to upgrade to QuickTime Pro
- Make sure QuickTime 7 Player is installed on your computer.
- Purchase a QuickTime Pro registration code, which will be sent via email.
- Open the email from Apple and locate the 20-digit registration code.
- Go to http://www.apple.com/quicktime/pro/unlock-mac_osx.html and follow the instructions to enter your registration code.
- Enjoy QuickTime Pro!
- Mac OS X v10.5 or later
- A Mac computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5 or Power PC G4 (867MHz or faster) processor
- At least 512MB of RAM
- QuickTime 7
Ratings & Reviews
QuickTime 7 Pro - Thatz Whatz UP!
I Love It! For exporting, editing, converting, etc. When it comes to audio / video (for $30 bucks!) you can't beat QuickTime Pro. I Love It! For exporting, editing, converting, etc. When it comes to audio / video (for $30 bucks!) you can't beat QuickTime Pro. I use it mainly for exporting audio into different formats. Simply put, it's a great tool to have in the shed. …
- Written by Curtis E from EULESS
14257 of 16445 people found this useful
Magnificent (On a Mac)
On my new Mac, QT Pro works flawlessly. On my (old) WinTel PC, there was slooow encoding isues, but the Mac version is absolutely On my new Mac, QT Pro works flawlessly. On my (old) WinTel PC, there was slooow encoding isues, but the Mac version is absolutely perfect. …
- Written by Robert Y from SAINT PETERSBURG
8482 of 10836 people found this useful
I have tried many media players throughout my computing career, but QuickTime has always been far and away the most reliable. It I have tried many media players throughout my computing career, but QuickTime has always been far and away the most reliable. It may sound cliché, but QuickTime brings out all the best qualities of Apple; dependability, efficiency, & a gorgeous interface. My college campus (Washington University in St. Louis) is very Mac-based, so naturally everything integrates seamlessly with everything else. As a Biomedical Engineer (BME), I require fast computing and rendering in both my computer and it's applications. Whenever I have some down time, that is when QuickTime helps us college students out; Watching movies in full screen, making our own hilarious home videos with iSight, or throwing together slideshows with pictures from the weekend. I highly recommend this program to anyone, from professionals to novices, engineers to English majors. Coming from a poor college student, QuickTime Pro 7 is a $30.00 well spent. …
- Written by Jonathan B from West Windsor
8798 of 11511 people found this useful
Used by Professional Every Day
I am a 30 year veteran with chops in the film and media industries. Some of the negative reviews are not relevant to Quicktime Pro I am a 30 year veteran with chops in the film and media industries. Some of the negative reviews are not relevant to Quicktime Pro. Others simply don't make sense. Every Mac we use in our studio, including the brand new Mac Pros running 10.9.5 run QT7 just fine. Every PC in our studio is running QT PRO7. We are platform agnostic. This is the most useable utility for video playback, quick trimming edits and conversion that we use. All of our approvals and deliverable viewers are QC'd and or Modified with Quicktime Pro. All the codecs you would ever need for professional work are available from Avid to XDcam to uncompressed to Black Magic to Cineform. Yes, occasionally there are gamma issues depending on origination codec etc. Often through a little research you can solve the issue. Often, on the high-end, we deliver formats like DPX sequences. Often for television, the delivery may be a quicktime container. We find it cumbersome, even on our PC workstations, to live without Quicktime Pro 7. Cannot recommend it enough. …
- Written by Jon M from AUSTIN
10 of 12 people found this useful
A few years ago I had a need to make videos from rendered image sequences. At the time my primary platform was linux, but I needed A few years ago I had a need to make videos from rendered image sequences. At the time my primary platform was linux, but I needed something that would simply and reliably encode video that would playback on multiple platforms. I had issues with the major open source encoder. In contrast, QuickTime 7 Pro just works. When encoding for the web you get an html page that is trivial to adapt and provides for file selection based on the client. Saving is flexible with a variety of options to choose from.
For simple encoding needs it is a robust solution that just works. …
- Written by Tim D from Rolla
5 of 8 people found this useful
Many hidden features
QuickTime Pro not only is good for simple conversions and editing, but it has an incredible amount of power that I discovered when QuickTime Pro not only is good for simple conversions and editing, but it has an incredible amount of power that I discovered when I got a book for iMovie. The book kept showing how to do very advanced editing techniques using QuickTime so you could put edited clips into iMovie. QuickTime Pro is actually a very advanced editing program. The only issue is the user interface isn't very Mac like. …
- Written by LARRY R from Village of Lakewood
62 of 66 people found this useful